Robsy's MSX Workshop - updated

by [D-Tail] on 13-10-2004, 13:21
Topic: Websites

Eduardo Robsy updated his website yesterday. He added two PDF documents of some well-known MSX chips to his page: one about the Texas Instruments' TMS9918 VDP and one about the Zilog's Z-80 user manual. These new technical documents have extensive and in-depth specifications of both the MSX core and graphics engine.

Relevant link: Robsy's MSX Workshop

Comments (4)

By anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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13-10-2004, 19:22

These documents were already available at FuNET and ZiLOG Sad
I was hoping to see some original reading material Smile

By viejo_archivero

Paragon (1395)

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13-10-2004, 20:17

Well GuyveR800, there are some tips and interesting pieces of code in his assembler-for-newbies section (spanish only)... things go slowly but they go, after all. I think a lot of people would start coding asm with this great Robsy's initiative Smile. So, let's support him! Smile

By viejo_archivero

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13-10-2004, 20:45

BTW, If you want you can contribute with any simple article or little snippet of code for helping new asm coders!. With many expert contributors, many information for starters! -like me- Smile

By Grauw

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14-10-2004, 20:47

/me cheers MAP, MAP!!

Just for the record: I like contributions as well ;p.